Gendered Career Paths for Saskatchewan Educators: A Century of Change
AbstractDrawing on interviews, archival research and statistical data, this paper compares the status of women and men in the teaching profession in Saskatchewan through an examination of changes over time in the sex composition of teachers, marital status, geographic distribution, salary scales and administrative duties. Résumé En se basant sur des entrevues, sur la recherche d’ archives et sur des données statistiques, cet article compare le statut entre les femmes et les hommes dans la profession de l’enseignement en Saskatchewan par l’examen des changements au fil du temps dans la composition des sexes des enseignants, de l’état civil, de la distribution géographique, de l’échelle salariale et des fonctions administratives.
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